BEDFORD, Mass. -- Opta Foods Ingredients here has found that targeting specific fat replacement problems is one path to developing a successful ingredient. Its starch-based fat replacer, OptaGrade, initially developed for use in sour cream and other cultured products, attracted four key customers in the dairy industry within the first 90 days of its introduction. Currently, 13 dairy companies have incorporated it in a variety of applications: nonfat and low-fat sour cream, nonfat yogurt, ...

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